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Suns president: Would not foreclose on idea of sharing arena with Coyotes

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By Adam Green | KTAR

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The Arizona Coyotes need a new arena.

The Phoenix Suns are not excited about their aging building.

In a lot of ways it seems like a match made in heaven, as many cities across the country have NBA and NHL teams share the same venue.

Yet, reports have said there is a reluctance — at least from the Suns’ side of things — to collaborate on a building, and last week Coyotes president and CEO Anthony LeBlanc said they would like to have the opportunity to have that discussion with Valley’s NBA franchise as their tenure at Gila River Arena in Glendale nears its somewhat forced end.


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